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Packard SonicPackard Pokes At 25: iSad: Farewell Steve

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On the show tonight appearing @Packard_Sonic, as your host, co-hosts Eric @ihavenothoughts, Vonnie @Evolution_Child, and Zach @ZachsMind. The live show that starts at 9 PM CDT (Central Daylight Time) or GMT (-5) In the winter months this will be at 9 PM CST (Central Standard Time) or GMT (-6). You can find the live show at sign up at so you can join in on the chat room. Registration is 100% free and you do not a need a web cam to listen in and chat with us. Apologies for the audio for the first part of the show, we had some technical difficulties.


Correction on Dan on "Saved by the bell"

This is boxing slang that came into being in the latter half of the 19th century. A boxer who is in danger of losing a bout can be 'saved' from defeat by the bell that marks the end of a round. The earliest reference to this that I can find is in the Massachusetts newspaper The Fitchburg Daily Sentinel, February 1893:

There's no evidence to show that these coffins were ever put to use though and there's a similar lack of evidence of the phrase ever being used in that sense prior to it having been used in boxing circles.

Grave yard Shift:

The Graveyard Shift, or Graveyard Watch, was the name coined for the work shift of the early morning, typically midnight until 8am. The name originated in the USA at the latter end of the 1800s. There's no evidence at all that it had anything directly to do with watching over graveyards, merely that the shifts took place in the middle of the night, when the ambiance was quiet and lonely.

The earliest example of the phrase in print that I have found is in the US newspaper The Salt Lake Tribune, June 1897:

Tech News:

Steve Jobs Dies:
Steve Jobs obituary released accidentally too soon:
President Obama statement about Steve Jobs death:
Steve Jobs adoption:
Amy Winehouse:
Steve Jobs Put off Treatment for his cancer:
Steve Jobs time of death:
Steve Jobs liver transplant:
Steve Jobs forced out:
Jim Hensen:
Jim Hensen also put off treatment:
Steve Jobs was a Buddhist:
Bill Gates Atheist:
What are holistic medicines:
Christopher Hitchens:
Rodger Ebert:
Google posted tribute to Steve Jobs on main page:
Apple iPhone 4s Keynote:
Steve Jobs Day Oct 12:,2817,2394137,00.asp#fbid=AjlfbpRLJ4g
Steve Jobs Day Fan site:
St. Croix Collections sold out of black turtleneck:
Apple logo remade to honor Steve Jobs:
Steve Jobs cartoon:{EE01F199-FF09-4B75-8CE9-6147B5CB8D54}
Twit TV:
John Sculley talks about Steve Jobs:
Movie based on Steve Jobs life:
Pirates of Silicon Valley:
Here's to the Crazy ones:

Oops! Microsoft falsely labels the Chrome browser as malware:
Alternate web browsers:
Windows virus called "Windows":
Google motto "Don't be evil":
Snidely Whiplash:


Politician Violates His Own Two-Strikes Anti-Piracy Plan:
Fair use laws:

General News:

Hawaii will soon become the first state in the nation to call surfing an official high school sport:
How much water does it take to drown in:


Is Religion Linked to Divorce? South Has Highest Rates Says Census:
Shotgun weddings:
Getting the "vapors":

Funny Tweet:

@GodlessAndHappy RT @sweetsmacker




Thomas Lawson: @TominousTone:
Amazon page is:
PZ Myers:
Modern Tea Party:
Founding Fathers were not Christian:
Famous Canadians:

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